We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Fife areas including– Dysart Kirkcaldy Kinghorn Burntisland Inverkeithing Rosyth Culross Kincardine ITG Provide confirmation/probate valuations in accordance with HMRC guidelines.
Confirmation valuation reports will be prepared within 5 days of our valuer’s visit and will provide a clear indication of the market value of each item within the estate. The valuation report will include images with clear and accurate descriptions enabling quick identification of items of value.
Chattels Gallery Guide
The items pictured below are just a small sample of similar items recently valued by ITG Confirmation valuations. The gallery will hopefully be
helpful & educational in demonstrating the wide array of antiques, collectibles & everyday objects we value on a daily basis. A 19th century French first standard silver cruet stand, with reeded stem handle, the base of cartouche form, raised on ball feet. An 18 carat yellow gold, diamond, and ruby ring, the oval cut ruby of approx. 0.80 carats, raised within a crossover style mount set with diamonds of approx. 0.60 carats combined. An red ground Afghan Bokhara part silk runner, decorated with sixteen elephant pad medallions to centre, within many borders, fringed. A Dutch Colonial ebonized mahogany console table, mid 19th century, the white marble top over leaf carved apron and scroll front supports, with moulded concave under tier. A George III tole peinte tray, circa 1800, painted with a rustic cottage scene with an old woman and a maiden at a spinning wheel. A pair of 18 carat white gold screw back earrings, set round cut cluster diamonds, above princess cut diamonds, the stones of approx. 0.77 carats combined. A 20th century copper baluster shaped vase with a broad rim, the engraved decoration of peacocks and flowers. A amethyst, paste and diamond cluster pendant. The rectangular-shape amethyst, within a circular-shape colourless paste border, to the single-cut diamond pear-shape surmount. An 18ct white gold mounted ladies princess cut diamond solitaire dress ring, diamond mounted shoulders, shank stamped 750. A panelled oak chest, mid 17th century, opening to compartment and fitted candle box, the double relief carved panel front with floral and foliate details, above cavetto plinth, on shaped block feet and fitted iron carrying handles. A diamond cluster ring, the brilliant-cut diamond circular-shape cluster, to the tapered shoulders. Estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct. Weight 4.7 grams. An oak high dresser, second half 18th century, probably North Wales, the carved frieze above two open shelves, the base with three drawers and two panelled cupboard doors. A pair of metal cast figural candlesticks, having the stem modelled as a knight holding a cup, modelled on a circular metal base. A Victorian silver crumb scoop, with ivory handle, contained within its original silk lined mahogany fitted case, hallmarked Sheffield 1888. A diamond five-stone ring. The graduated old-cut diamond line, to the openwork scrolling gallery. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. Weight 3.1 grams. A pair of late 19th / early 20th century Schierholz twin handled urns and cover, having vignettes of painted flowers among encrusted flowers, on a gilt scrolling base, bears factory mark to bases. A 1970s 9 carat gold citrine ring, the oval-shape citrine geode raised within a textured surround, to the textured sides and plain half-band. Weight 23.8 grams. A George IV mahogany and Rosewood inlaid bureau, the hinged fall front enclosing a fitted interior with an inlaid central cupboard door flanked by slides, four pigeon holes and eight short drawers, the lower part with four long graduated cockbeaded drawers later brass handles, raised upon curvilinear legs. A late 19th century / early 20th century Schierholz twin-handled bon bon dish, the tray pierced and painted with flowers, above gilt highlighted scrolling base, on three feet, overall decorated with encrusted flowers, bears factory mark to base. A Qashqai brown ground Kelim rug, having two rows of medallions to centre within many geometric patterned borders, fringed. Similar Posts: